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Monday Round-Up: Seahawks 'Super Bowl Window Starts Now' 

NFL Insider Brett Kollman previews the Seahawks offseason and is high on the franchise’s potential.


Good morning, 12s. Here's a look at what's out there today — Monday, March 13— about your Seattle Seahawks.

Breaking Down The Seahawks' Offseason With NFL Insider Brett Kollman

Optimism is high from both national and local media regarding the potential of the Seahawks after finishing the 2022 campaign at 9-8. In a 41-minute breakdown dedicated to Seattle's offseason, NFL insider Brett Kollman declares the Seahawks “Super Bowl window starts now.”

Kollman has risen to the pinnacle of NFL talent evaluation, as The Film Room features in-depth breakdowns of the current state of a team in the top-10 of the draft, and ways to improve. In the latest episode, Kollman evaluates Seattle fresh off an NFC Wild Card appearance as they prepare for the offseason, while providing some options for how the team can improve to hoist the Lombardi Trophy in 2023.

"Imagine trading away the best player in your franchise's history," said Kollman. "And then still going to the playoffs next year. With a better team, and getting a Top 5 pick. John Schneider we are not worthy."

Kollman breaks down why he's "happy" that the Seahawks re-signed quarterback Geno Smith.

"Great value for Seattle," said Kollman. "Geno played like a top-10 quarterback last year in my opinion. He was excellent in terms of ball placement deep down the field. He was accurate under pressure. He showed off more mobility than I expected at his age. He is obviously on the wrong side of 30 at this point, but he can still move around just fine. I really do think he earned this contract and then some. I think this was the right move for Seattle."

Kollman also breaks down some potential free-agent moves before providing a seven-round mock draft addressing needs heading into April. Kollman provides the film along with his insight on how each prospect helps the team get closer to becoming a playoff contender in 2023.

Check out the full breakdown of how Seattle can build a Super Bowl champion below.


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